Tony is in studio this week and Nhat instantly notices that he can handle Tony’s annoyances better remotely. We talk about our dads and the sheer lack of parenting on their part that made us the hollow shells we are today. We give healthy tips on reducing flatulence. We review “1917,” which we saw last week and Nhat reviews “Mississippi Burning” and “Race For Your Life, Charlie Brown.” Yes, seriously.
Nhat thinks he may be the first person to die a virtual-reality related death. We debate on whether Tony would eat backyard squirrel in the apocalypse. Tony watches a light show at a cannabis church. We have mushroom news and Nhat has an idea for a psychedelic theme park.
We have a new theme song for Coronavirus news, which has almost nothing to do with the virus and neither of us can remember how it came about, but then again, when do our theme songs make any sense? Nhat’s maintenance guy is an ex-rocker. Nhat watches video hockey on YouTube in the absence of the NHL season. We talk about people with no hobbies, whatsoever. We think of a twisted new type of TV show. Nhat reviews the Hobbit trilogy and Tony reviews The Sopranos.
We talk about people being inconsiderate and irresponsible about the pandemic and the Plandemic video. Tony has a weird conspiracy theorist friend. Nhat finishes up the first Lo Fi Show animation and Tony builds a drum kit (albeit a tiny 3D puzzle version). Nhat talks about how you can start weeding out the jerks in your life by seeing how respond to a crisis. Mouse Offering News gets hawkward.
We talk about Nhat’s job wanting him back at work too soon and more virus talk, unfortunately. Tony works on a 3D puzzle and Nhat continues to work on the Lo Fi Show animation. We talk about the cost of custom face masks. We have fart news as it seems that mountain gorillas like to sing while they flatulate.
Tony is doing the show while cleaning out his basement and comes across bad metal lyrics, a receipt for his tattoo, a note from Nhat’s mom and his academic ranking in high school. We have mushroom news and science news.
On our second attempt at a Skype show, we’re mostly successful. It still felt weird, but it is what it is. We talk about movies and TV shows that we’ve been forced to see during isolation and mice expressions.
We discuss the state of things and how we’re getting on with working from home. Tony spends the bulk of the show displaying his terrible keyboard skills and makes up several forgettable new songs. We break the record on how late we play the intro this time as no one showed up for the longest time.